Ticks

Fighting Lyme Disease in Pets and People A Vet's Life
Fighting Lyme Disease in Pets and People
Would you be surprised to know that pets are better protected from tick-borne diseases than people? Click here to learn how a new coalition is looking to change that.
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Veterinarians are Working with Medical Doctors to Promote Early Detection of Lyme Disease Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Veterinarians are Working with Medical Doctors to Promote Early Detection of Lyme Disease
Good things happen when human and animal doctors come together to combat Lyme disease.
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Cytauxzoon Felis: What You Should Know about Deadly Bobcat Fever Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Cytauxzoon Felis: What You Should Know about Deadly Bobcat Fever
Think you've heard of all cat diseases? What about Cytauxzoon felis? A deadly blood-parasite common across the Southern United States.
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10 Assumptions That May Hurt Your Cat Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
10 Assumptions That May Hurt Your Cat
These 10 common cat guardian assumptions are actually very dangerous.
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A Pet's Life
Beware the Bug Social Media Info-Graphics
Help us spread the word about the dangers of parasites!
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Beware the Bug: Parasite Prevention and Screening for Dogs Dog Health
Parasite Prevention and Screening for Dogs 101

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Summer Tips for Protecting Your Dog from Lyme Disease Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Summer Tips for Protecting Your Dog from Lyme Disease
A female tick lays approximately 2000 eggs! Repel them with summer tick tips!
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Tularemia (Rabbit Fever) in Cats Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Tularemia (Rabbit Fever) in Cats
This organism can actually survive in the ground fro months.
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5 Common Cat-health Myths A Vet's Life
5 Common Cat-health Myths
Yes, even indoor cats should have microchips. See why.
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Ehrlichiosis in Dogs Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
6 Tick-Borne Diseases You Should Know About
A relatively new tick-borne disease, ehrlichiosis comes in different forms that vary by U.S. region. It can affect cats and humans, too.
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